Learn the Right Way

Posted on Thursday, September 4th, 2014 at 1:40 am

I admit I was a late bloomer in getting my license. I was ignorant in knowing the importance of learning the reasons to learn how to drive safely. My embarrassment of being so old and licenseless lend me to quickly learn the basics, how to park, the buttons of the car, the speed limits etc. However, with the red ‘P’ on the back of my car, motorists quickly steer clear and assume that I lack particular driving skills. But those motorists do not understand that I did my 100 hours and I had a driving teacher, well I had multiple teachers, my dad just suffered the verbal abuse of my frustration. In my experience of learning to drive, I really do suggest for all new learners and ‘experienced’ drivers to get a lesson at least once with a driving school. Because they do show you things you may benefit from.
I got my learners when I was 16 years and two months but I did not operate a vehicle until I was 17 years and three months. To what I see now, I wasted a year of learning to drive and learning good habits and avoiding the bad ones other motorists develop. My sister was also a late bloomer, unlike my other sisters who were not required to do the hours; she immediately called a driving school when she wanted to learn how to drive. I did not see the point at this stage. I mean honestly they are just taking your money to drive them around. It is like a taxi in a parallel universe. As a family we did have a few doubts about my sister achieving in getting her license, not that we thought she was a bad driver, but the fact that she does get nervous and littler anxious put through stressful situations. However, when she arrived home from her driving exam she was all smiles. She had passed. Visit this great site for inquiries.
It stumped me. She usually is the one to fret about things and stress to maximum levels but she said she was relaxed when she in her exam. I asked her how? She simply said taking lessons from a driving school assisted her in building her confidence whilst operating a vehicle. I decided then and there I was to book a lesson from a driving school. My first lesson was awkward and I did stress way too much. My instructor was Scottish and I attempted conversation but once I saw his extra pedals near his feet it made me decrease my belief that I could drive well. I booked a lesson every week until my exam. I passed with flying colours not one mistake made.
I strongly suggest utilising these types of services and book a lesson or a few from a driving school. They will help you to build your confidence and avoid any silly mistakes that could end in serious matters.

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